S: Design Quality of Affirmation
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FC: Design Quality of Affirmation | TEAMS
1: AFFIRMATION | Students are more highly motivated when their parents, teachers, and fellow students make it known that they think students' work is important. Phillip Schlechty | Football teams receive affirmation from their teammates, coaches, and fans..
2: Each team member is encouraged to be invested in the success of all other team members and to indicate this investment in ways that affirm the significance of all the contributions from that of the lowest performer to that of the highest performance.
4: FAN DAY
5: 7 | 52 | 2 11 | They want to feel that what they are doing matters to those who are important to them and they need reassurance that this is so. Phillip Schlechty Engaging Students p.91
7: Teachers must take the qualities of design into account and if the teacher fails to take them into account they will still have an impact - either positive or negative - on engagement. Phillip Schlechty Appendix A: Creating Engaging Schoolwork p. 127
8: 7 | 7 | 126 | 126 | D | 3 | Children like most adults like to feel that their presence and involvement count for something, and they want to have this presence affirmed. Phillip Schlechty
10: In order to have a winner, the team must have a feeling of unity; every player must put the team first -- ahead of personal glory. Bear Bryant
11: The presence of other team members often has a powerful effect on each person's level of engagement. Phillip Schlechty Affirmation of Performance Appendix A p. 236 | TEAMWORK
13: Making students aware that others who are important to them value their contribution is perhaps the most important way that affirmation can be exploited as a motivational source. Phillip Schlechty
15: Getting better and better at something that is important can serve as motivation only when one can see that one is getting better and that others who are important notice and take it into account in their interactions. Phillip Schlechty Engaging Students p.91
16: Affirmation is a response to the drive for mastery, and being affirmed encourages students to pursue mastery. Phillip Schlechty Engaging Students p.91
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